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Joe Biden and the Left hate America. But no one expected them to go this far.

And a U.S. Senator’s private investigation of the Biden admin’s criminal scheme turns back a horrifying conclusion.

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) announced this week that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a $50 million grant to the Climate Justice Alliance, a group she alleges engages in pro-Hamas, anti-Israel, and anti-Semitic activities.

The funds, sourced from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), have sparked outrage among American citizens and lawmakers alike.

On Tuesday, Capito revealed that one of her staffers discovered the controversial grant.

“Time and again when EPA officials come before our committee, they say, ‘if only we had more money, more resources, more staff.’ This is what they’re spending it on?” Capito asked incredulously.

“Many of us warned of the waste, fraud, and abuse. No one could have dreamed it could be this bad.”

Capito highlighted images found on the group’s website and social media, which she claims depict “the bulldozer that went through the fence when Hamas attacked Israel on October the 7th,” along with other antisemitic, anti-Israel, and pro-Hamas imagery.

The Climate Justice Alliance is known for its radical views, which include calls to defund the police and the military.

“If you dig deeper, they want to defund the police, defund the military. Either them—or their affiliates—want to have very radical, drastic initiatives that I think are anti-American, and they certainly are anti-Israel and anti-Semitic,” Capito stated.

The group links climate issues to the conflict in Israel by claiming that “colonized places” are particularly vulnerable to the “climate crisis” and that addressing this requires “restoring indigenous sovereignty.”

They argue that their work connects climate justice with the liberation of Palestine, using an anti-colonial framework.

Capito questioned whether the Climate Justice Alliance would actually contribute to environmental cleanup or if the funds would end up supporting terrorism.

She vowed that the Environment and Public Works Committee would continue to scrutinize where American taxpayer dollars are going.

“This is a serious issue. We need to ensure that our funds are being used appropriately and not funneled to organizations that support terrorist activities,” she emphasized.

This controversy has also reignited criticism of the IRA, which was crafted by West Virginia’s other Senator Joe Manchin (D) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

While the White House has praised the IRA as a transformative law that helps the U.S. meet its climate goals and strengthens energy security, Manchin has recently criticized the bill’s implementation.

However, the allocation of funds to groups like the Climate Justice Alliance raises serious questions about oversight and the actual impact of these grants.

In conclusion, the revelation of this $50 million grant has sparked significant controversy, highlighting concerns about the administration’s priorities and the potential misuse of taxpayer dollars.

As the investigation into the Climate Justice Alliance continues, it remains to be seen how this will impact the broader debate on climate policy and funding.

For now, patriot lawmakers like Capito are committed to ensuring that American funds are used responsibly and do not support organizations with radical, anti-American, and anti-Israel agendas.

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